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The below clickable headlines link directly to outside media outlets, which featured UNC School of Medicine faculty during the past week, from Thursday November 26 to Wednesday December 3, 2020.

Antibody treatment for high-risk COVID-19 patients now available in Triangle – Dr. David Wohl (CBS 17)

Health experts warn of tough holiday season for seniors – Dr. Christine Kistler (The Hill)

In an ICU on Thanksgiving, gratitude is measured in lives saved from a relentless virus – Emily and Brian Howarth, Kat Phillips (News & Observer)

Doctors urge North Carolinians to remain vigilant in limiting holiday gatherings as hospitalizations steadily increase amid COVID-19 pandemic – Dr. Abhi Mehrotra (ABC 11)

‘It’s a dreaded disease:’ North Carolina families mark first Thanksgiving since losing loved ones to COVID-19 – Dr. Shannon Carson (ABC 11)

How to help when your child is sick to their stomach – Dr. Edward Pickens (WRAL)

Years-long nurse shortage in NC exacerbated by pandemic, officials say – Eric Wolak (WGHP FOX 8)

Why does space travel create health issues? UNC, NASA scientists may have the answer – Jonathan Schisler (WRAL TechWire)

New approaches to treating seriously ill COVID patients may persist beyond the pandemic – Dr. Shannon Carson (News & Observer)

Trying to Keep Covid-19 at Bay in Nation’s Prisons Presents a Challenge – Dr. Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein (Wall Street Journal)

COVID vaccine trial update – Dr. Cindy Gay (WBTV)